Much like bird beaks vary in
size and shape due to different diets and feeding
habits the same pattern occurs in Pterosaurs. The
variety of teeth and shape in Pterosaurs is truly
astounding. Dsungaripterus (Mac/Win)
had upturned jaws and two different types of teeth
designed to pry open mollusks and crush the shell.
had long inter meshing teeth superbly adapted to
catching slippery prey. Pterodactylus
had long narrow jaws designed for probing sand and
shallow marshes for invertebrates. Tapejara
appears to have had tweezer-like jaws used to pluck
fruit from branches.